FRYEBURG — Kristen Huntress scored 15 points Friday night to lead Lake Region, the defending Class B state champion, to a 58-36 victory against Fryeburg Academy in a Western Maine Conference schoolgirl basketball opener.

Friday was the opening night of high school basketball throughout the state.

The Raiders got into foul trouble in the second quarter and the Lakers took advantage with a 21-4 run that included 3-pointers from Huntress, Lauren Jakobs, Melody Millett and Spencer True.

Nicole Bennett paced Fryeburg with 11 points.

SCARBOROUGH 53, BIDDEFORD 19: The Red Storm took a 33-10 halftime lead and cruised at Scarborough.

Brooke Malone led Scarborough with 15 points. Sophie Glidden added 11.

Brittany Roy led Biddeford with nine points.

BRUNSWICK 46, CONY 12: Julia Champagne had 12 points, seven boards, six assists and four steals for the Dragons at Augusta.

Madeline Suhr added 10 points, and Gillian Doehring had seven points and six steals for Brunswick.

Emma Whitney led Cony with six points.

CAPE ELIZABETH 50, WELLS 47: Montana Braxton scored 19 points as Cape Elizabeth won at Wells.

Madeleine Bowe, who finished with 14 points, hit two free throws with 15 seconds left to give the Capers a three-point lead.

Natalie Thurber, who led Wells with 16 points, missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer.

YORK 63, FALMOUTH 49: Shannon Todd scored 19 points for York, which overcame an early 13-point deficit and won at home.

After trailing early, York rallied for a 27-25 halftime lead, then pulled away.

Chloe Smedley scored eight of her 16 points in the second quarter for York, and Shannon Todd added 12 points during a 26-8 run in the third.

Alex Hickey scored a game-high 22 points for the Yachtsmen.

POLAND 43, FREEPORT 28: Nathalie Theriault had 19 points, 10 steals and eight assists, and the Knights used a 15-0 run in the fourth quarter to break away from a tie and win at Poland.

Hope Kohtala sparked the rally with a 3-pointer and a layup, and Poland forced several turnovers with a full-court press.

Kohtala finished with seven points.

Megan Cormier had eight points and eight rebounds, and Lauren Cormier, Jessie Gray and Taylor Rinaldi each finished with five points for Freeport.

WAYNFLETE 66, GREATER PORTLAND CHRISTIAN 28: Helen Gray-Bauer scored 10 of her 15 points in the first quarter as Waynflete opened a 24-7 lead at Portland.

Freshman Lydia Giguere scored all nine of her points in the first half, and finished with seven assists and five steals for the Flyers, who led 43-11 at halftime.

Clarissa Jones paced Greater Portland Christian with 11 points.

CHEVERUS 63, WINDHAM 50: Laura Holman and Jillian Libby scored 15 points each for the Stags at Windham.

Emme Poulin added four 3-pointers and 14 points for Cheverus.

Mya Manette scored 13 points and Sadie Nelson added 12 for Windham.

GORHAM 43, MARSHWOOD 40: Emily Esposito had 11 points and eight rebounds for Gorham at home.

Kaylea Lundin added 10 points for the Rams. Megan McLean scored a game-high 18 points for Marshwood.

LINCOLN ACADEMY 56, MORSE 46: Gabrielle Wajer had 18 points, six assists and seven steals for Lincoln Academy at Newcastle.

Wajer was 7 of 7 at the foul line and Taylor Oliver finished with 16 points for the Eagles.

Signe Ostergaard scored 17 points for the Shipbuilders.

SOUTH PORTLAND 79, NOBLE 26: Abby Cavallaro and Lydia Henderson scored 15 points each, and Madeline Hasson added 12 to lead South Portland at home.

Gabrielle Hanson led Noble with eight points; Taylor Mallett had five.

SACOPEE VALLEY 30, SEACOAST CHRISTIAN 22: Helen Ruhlin scored eight of her team’s 12 first-quarter points as the Hawks took a 23-11 lead and held on at South Hiram.

Ruhlin finished with a game-high 15 points and Abigail Hughes added six for Sacopee Valley.

Kylene Smith led Seacoast Christian with 11 points.

OLD ORCHARD BEACH 46, TRAIP ACADEMY 29: Old Orchard Beach opened with a 15-0 run, led 33-11 at halftime and breezed at home.

Abigail Dubois led the Seagulls with 11 points.

WESTBROOK 45, SANFORD 23: Alisha Aube scored 17 points and Danasia Fennie added 11 to lead the Blue Blazes at Sanford.

Summer Camire paced Sanford with seven points.

HOCKEY

LEWISTON 6, GREELY 3: Lauren Deblois scored four goals for Lewiston (5-0) against the Rangers (3-1) at Falmouth.

The Blue Devils scored after 30 seconds and were never caught despite being outshot 25-16 by Greely.